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  1. 24" V-Drum Sander

    I just completed my 24" V-Drum sander with the help of a 24" kit from Stockroom Supply. The kit contained the drum, pulleys, link belt, pillow blocks and mounting brackets as well as plans for the box and top. The box was easy to build and went together fast. I took a little more time on the top...
  2. Shop Made Drum Sander

    I just finished building a much needed dual use drum sander with culled woods from Home Depot. Cheap, cheap, cheap. I needed a tool to flat sand my clock gears. The gears are small, less than 12 inches in diameter, and I don't want to pass them through my De Walt planer anymore! This sander is...
  3. V-drum Sander

    V-Drum Sander I received some recycled wood from my father in law …these were pre casting forms from Caterpillar Tractor Co. _ I disassembled a couple of sets then went about finding a project for them. Somewhere along the way I saw a need for a home made sander, after lots of web research I...
  4. Wooden clock

    I made this project out of cherry wood. I made the stained glass by my self as well I made this in my wahoo high school shop class.
  5. 18" V-Drum Sander

    I bought the 18" 'The Works' kit plus an MDF top from Stockroom Supply (http://www.stockroomsupply.com) ... so far I really happy with this little sander. I wanted it for finish sanding of doors, panels, and draw boxes, and it looks like just the ticket. I did a review on it … see...
  6. Another V-Drum Sander

    I hate my brain sometimes. A couple of months ago I started building a Lingerie Chest. I bought some cherry and planed it down. It was cheap cherry from the 'shorts' pile. It was too wide for my jointer so I had to play with jointing wide boards. It did not have the best grain. (i.e. SWMBO...
  7. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Anyone who has a drum sander (Performax, Jet, V-Drum, etc.) has long strips of sandpaper in various grits. Mine are 6+' in length by 3" wide. I am looking for a good way to store the strips and the rolls I cut them from. Currently, I roll them up and use rubber bands. Then I throw them into...
  8. Woodworking Skill Share
    I will soon have a need to face joint 8"-10" wide boards 3'-4' lin length. I am new to woodworking so my tools for this task are limited to a table saw and a benchtop planer. I have completed much research on planer sleds for face jointing. Everyone references the FWW sled but that looks like...
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